Pubs Near Durdle Door
A visit to Dorset would be incomplete without seeing the spectacular Durdle Door – the famous, naturally-formed stone arch on the Jurassic Coast.
After seeing all the beautiful beach has to offer, pop into one of our friendly pubs near Durdle Door, where you can enjoy a delicious, locally-sourced meal and a proper pint of real Butcombe beer.
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Pubs & Inns Near Durdle Door in Dorset
Stop by one of our pubs near Durdle Door, close to other popular attractions in Dorset such as Lulworth Cove, the New Forest National Park, Bindon Hill, and the Jurassic Coast, serving refreshing, award-winning Butcombe beers, local ciders, and delicious classic pub meals.
The Castle Inn
Make your seaside staycation extra-special and stop by The Castle Inn for a pint. Whether you’re exploring the Jurassic Coast, visiting Lulworth Cove, Lulworth Castle, or Durdle Door, you deserve a break. Indulge with a refreshing pint of award-winning Butcombe beers, a glass of fine wine, or your favourite tipple, in the beautiful courtyard terrace, or cosy up inside the 16th-century inn with a delicious, locally-sourced classic pub meal.
The Avon Causeway
Enjoy a pint of proper Butcombe beer at the Avon Causeway pub, a converted 18th-century coaching inn. Take a break and soak up the sun in the pleasant beer garden, or warm up next to a crackling open fire indoors, perfect for winter months. Stay for a bite to eat at the restaurant serving locally-sourced produce, or stay for a little longer in the country-chic accommodation.
The Pavilion Arms
Quench your thirst after exploring Bournemouth’s famous beaches and take a break in the pleasant beer garden at The Pavilion Arms gastropub, with a vast range of award-winning Butcombe beers, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic tipples behind the bar. Stay for a bite to eat, if you’re feeling peckish, with a menu chock-full of bar snacks, hearty classic pub dishes, and decadent desserts.
Goat & Tricycle
A favourite of Bournemouth locals, the Goat & Tricycle pub is at the heart of the town centre, close to the Triangle – a perfect place for an alfresco pint of award-winning Butcombe beer. Catch the big game, watch local musicians perform, or just enjoy a delicious, home-cooked classic British meal in a cosy, welcoming atmosphere.